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Three years seemed a remote possibility, five at the outside. The idea was to map an arc of innovative literature during those first dark years of the eighties. But then, as if by benign fission, the project only grew, the result of its contributors’ combined energies. Now Conjunctions celebrates its twentieth year of publication. Through over ten thousand pages of work, ours has been the site of many visions—some coincident, some wildly dissimilar, but always funded by a serious devotion to idea and form in language. As a poet once put it: Onword.
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Last Resort Retreat
Sleeping with Schéhérazade
All the Lights of Midnight: Salbatore Nufro Orejón, "The Physics of Eror" and Livia Bassil's Psychology of Physics
The Murder of Rabbi David Berliner Herschell
Foam (Essay with Rhapsody) On the Sublime in Longinus and Antonioni
Good Old Neon
From Mrs. Trollope’s Life of Francis Wright
An Experiment in Public Character
The Usefulness of Ugliness
Clocking the World on Cue: The Chronogram for 2001
From One Big Self: Prisoners of Louisiana
The Best Substitute for War
A Detective and a Turtle
Camp Cedar Crest
Dear Born Just North of Poke
From Vague Swimmers
Life and Letters
The Apocalypse Museum